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Most Allergy Sufferers Would Keep Their Pets

November 24, 1988|Associated Press

NEW YORK — Allergy sufferers would rather endure the symptoms of allergies than part with their favorite pets, according to the Chlor-Trimeton Allergy Season Index, an allergy awareness and education program

According to the study, more than 63% of the allergic people polled would rather keep their pet than reduce their sniffling and sneezing by getting rid of it.

The survey also revealed that baby boomers (sufferers aged 30-49) were the least likely to part with their allergic pets and women were more likely to shed their pets than men were.

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